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Report: Some of Apple's next iPhones will use LTE chips from Intel


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The report notes that the Intel 7360 chip will ship inside a special version of the iPhone that will be marketed to emerging markets in Asia and Latin America.

 

 

 

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http://www.fiercewireless.com/story/report-some-apples-next-iphones-will-use-lte-chips-intel/2015-03-12?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=Editor&utm_campaign=SocialMedia

 

The report notes that the Intel 7360 chip will ship inside a special version of the iPhone that will be marketed to emerging markets in Asia and Latin America.

 

Well, this is interesting news for all of those Sprint iPhone users in Vietnam and Honduras.

 

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This would fit the bill for most carriers, though, since it supports EDGE, DC-HSPA+, TD-SCDMA (China), TDD-LTE, and FDD-LTE. 

 

But it's cool to see its specs - now we know what's coming up in smartphones later this year. LTE Cat. 10 with ability to aggregate 3 carriers up to 60MHz downlink (450Mbps max). 29 LTE bands. LTE Broadcast.

 

I bet AT&T would love to see more three carrier CA devices out there, considering they're up to 6 LTE bands.

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Qualcomm Licensing fees, qualcomm's mastery of CDMA? Idk

Plus CDMA's days are numbered while att is still deploying new metro cells with umts.

 

 

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Not UMTS or WCDMA. They support those technologies. It will not support CDMA-2000 or its derivatives. So Verizon and Sprint are out but there is nothing prohibiting using Intel for AT&T and T-Mobile.

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